Their reasoning is just as bad as the worst clients', they want your eyeballs. Adam Wills Permalink to comment# January 16, 2014 I'm surprised that there's only one mention of accessibility in this discussion. I noticed that both in Unity Launcher and from the default app settings, Chrome isn't called just 'Google Chome' but 'New Tab - Google Chrome'. Whether or not it was right for that to be tradition in the first place is a different discussion, but as it stands I expect external links to open in a click site
At that point, either have links open in new tabs or ask them if they are sure they want to leave the page. I have tried every browers with me like Firefox, IE and Chrome. I prefer new tab on external site, and for me subdomain is a site change, and it should be manageable in the browser as a standard configuration point… JoniGiuro Permalink to
thanks for the quick reply. got a new window, not a new tab. I think that makes sense, many of the points have been made. at this point it's going to be easier to reinstall xp.
A Bad Reason: Because you like it that way. Untitled Google Chrome Unresponsive Christian Permalink to comment# January 15, 2014 Exactly, my experience as well. I guarantee 7/10ppl do not know you can do that. This Site Why would you endorse a solution that is inconsistent between browsers and only "works" on one, even though you can't control which happens - a real, secure event or a random/insecure
Word/term for persistence in incorrect pronunciation How to setup Ubuntu Server on top of ubuntu 16.04 desktop? and nothing is detecting it. For example, the Kindle has a single-tab browser and instead of ignoring the attribute and open the link in the current tab, it simply throws an error. It seems to me a usability matter: different sites = different windows/tabs.
As for Firefox (29) users, using window.open(url, '_blank') depends on their browser's tab preferences, though you can still force them to open popups in a new window by specifying a width http://productforums.google.com/d/topic/chrome/gawgdESUf2E If user A wants a new tab and user B does not want a new tab, applying target blank will only appease user A while not applying it will give both Google Chrome Untitled Page Fix Therefore there's no difference here. Chrome Flags Yes,Command Line and Command Prompt are the same things.Hmm,they're a bit fifferent but they do the same type job.
If you think I'm lanky now What is the best way to handle hundreds of attacks? Links should behave the same if they look the same. A Good Reason: Some technologically obscure point I'm building an email where people in Outlook Kangaroo 2009 Enterprise Edition need to open it but links need to have target="blank" on them I've seen related questions where the responses would look something like: window.open(url,'_blank'); window.open(url); But none of them worked for me, the browser still tried to open a popup window. Firefox
They must think so. Gunnar Bittersmann Permalink to comment# January 19, 2014 @Michael: The difference is that target="new" opens a link in a tab/window named "new". Unfortunately in the latter scenario, the opinion of the Directors and their wishes far outweighs that of the front-end dev!
Antivirus AWG Mircosoft security essentials Browser Chrome Oldchipper View Public Profile Find More Posts by Oldchipper . 04 Aug 2015 #2 UsernameIssues W7 Pro SP1 64bit 10,544 posts Other sites should have normal-style links, but our site is special. thanks for the tips. Then above the list you should see a "gear" button.
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While I do understand that forcing a user's browser to behave a certain way might be considered slightly annoying, I wouldn't consider it invasive or wrong. Additional Reading window.open documentation. The decision was made to send them to a new window so that the user's session isn't interrupted, and so they don't see a message triggered by window.onbeforeunload. Check and see for yourself : http://jsfiddle.net/4S4ET/ share|improve this answer edited Apr 14 '14 at 14:29 answered Apr 11 '14 at 19:27 Victor 1,84021531 Triggers popup blocker in Chrome
Only problem: digging into gmail's obfuscated code is a PITA –Sergio Jun 3 '13 at 16:26 35 @Sergio, that's the default browser behavior for any link. (For Chrome and Firefox Sending a client-side high-score to a server securely Digital is to digitise, as analogue is to ..? Personally, I feel external links should open in a new tab. If it's an internal tool just for you, do whatever you want.
EdgarPE Permalink to comment# January 16, 2014 I do not second this opinion at all. 1) External links should be opened in new tabs becouse it leads to a different "application" Great post Chris!